In the US, companies are under no obligation to honor any request that they stop sending you physical mail. Send them as many requests in as varied a format as you like; they can ignore each and every one.
EXCEPT. If you say "please stop, this mailing made me horny", they are required by federal law to immediately block your address. It doesn't have to be honest or sincere; just saying "your ad turned me on, and I don't like it" is enough. 🌈⭐️
Because I've had multiple "is this real?" replies: yes, it absolutely is. https://about.usps.com/publications/pub307/welcome.htm cc @stolas_mk2 @woozle
@noelle im gonna feel super gross saying this to ensure waste stops
*grumbles about recent convo with cis males that couldnt figure out why someone would want a dildo as a male*
@noelle Oh shit, I'm going to have to try this. The Church of Scientology has been mailing me for 30 years since the age of 16 when I took a sidewalk personality test. They've followed me across 3 states and like 12 addresses. It would be great if all I had to say was L. Ron Hubbard's smarmy little face makes me turgid
@noelle it would never have occurred to me that for the USPS police service, horny jail is a real thing.
@noelle well, you should submit the relevant form: "You can request the order by completing the relevant portion of PS Form 1500, Application for Listing and/or Prohibitory Order, and submitting it to any Post Office™." saying it makes you horny just isn't quite enough.
Just Ellie (and perhaps some of her toys).